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The app was pioneered by a duo from Ontario, Mark Scattolon and Fabian Raso, who were inspired to create the app after being frustrated with long wait times for campus food.
Hangry gained major traction after a successful appearance on CBC’s in December 2015: three of the dragons were on board with the idea, and the extra revenue allowed Scattolon and Raso to hire their first employee, Lindsay Aubin, their Western Canada manager.
Mc Master—Scattolon’s alma mater—is joining in September, and they are also in the process of working with Mac Ewan.
Aubin notes that they hope to have Hangry at all major Canadian campuses within a couple of years.
Right now, the app only accepts credit cards, but Aubin notes that they will have ONEcard integration within the next two weeks and are working to include debit by the fall. “There’s no sense of butting or anything because the areas [where orders are picked up] are completely different.
EDMONTON – The Alberta Court of Appeal has ordered a new trial in the case of an Ontario trucker who was acquitted of first-degree murder in the death of an indigenous woman.
They go to the front of the line and a hearing must be scheduled for the first possible date.
Court rules in Alberta dictate such applications take priority.This behaviour can include forcing you to beg for money. Any person who abuses you is committing a crime even if that person is your spouse, partner or someone else that you are close to.The police can get involved when someone commits–or is threatening to commit a crime. Criminal Harassment (stalking): harassment that causes someone to fear for their own, or another person's safety.Currently, only two food outlets are available through Hangry at the U of A: Engrained in the Edmonton Clinic Health Academy and Euro Market in the education building.By Hangry’s hard launch in the new academic year this fall, Aubin hopes the company will have almost all campus restaurants available.
Janice Johnston is an award-winning journalist in Edmonton who has covered the courts and crime for more than two decades.